consented is a quarterly magazine exploring big ideas. it has covered issues relating to mental health, gender and capitalism using essays, poetry and personal stories to do so.



issue 5 of Consented takes a look at love and desire, and more to the point, sex. there are a number of excellent essays in this collection, giving many first person perspectives that wouldn’t ordinarily be represented in the media, such as sexual experiences of disabled people; female masculinity in the sex lives of women; queer parenting; the fetishisation of the trans body; the hackneyed ‘self-love’ trope in dealing with mental health issues, amongst many others. a very-well crafted issue with lots to think about and lots to learn from it.
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issue #4 – “race + empire” includes essays and personal stories focusing on the effects of empire in the history of britain and beyond and how that relates to how racism is viewed together. this issue is split into three sections looking at the way racism operates in a so-called post-racial society, examining empire’s relationship with the body as well as offering some solutions.

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